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. compare and contrast. >> not chance. >> here with reaction to the lovefest, katie pavlic and managing editor at thinkprogress.org. they don't like me. igov valski is with us. how are you? >> sean, we love you. >> i don't know about that. >> open arms. >> i don't have a problem that matthews worships, adores, has an obamagasm at the sight of of the guy. i like making fun. here's the point. even though it will be a friendly interview, how do you not ask, mr. president, what do you say to the millions of americans that you promised could keep their plan and keep their doctor and we are going to save $2500 per family per year. what do you say that either lost their plan, lost tear doctor or are paying more? don't you think it had to be asked? and it wasn't. >> look, i think it's a question he's been asked before. it's a question -- >> no, no. igor stop. >> he apologized for it. >> what do you say to the millions of americans that got cancellation letters? >> to them i think i would say you're in a market where you are being cancelled and dumped all the time. now you will go into an insura
vantage point to cause a racus. >> when katie couric asked years ago what are you reading that was a lead in. asking what newspapers you're reading is a leadist question. anyway, thank you guys. howard fineman and sam stein. >>> coming up, the president's on a mission to sell his health care plan to the american people, of course. can he make the sale all the way? it's getting close. he's gaining on this thing. >>> plus republicans said they'd reach out to minorities. remember they did that after the big autopsy they called it? with well b one year later looks like the autopsy report is dead itself. they managed to alienate those voters again and again. how about keeping black people from voting, that's a start. >>> and rush limbaugh has attacked everyone to his left. who's next? the pope. called him a marxist. >>> and let me finish tonight with our big show this thursday. as i said the president of the united states is going to be joining us here on "hardball" to talk about the issues we talk about here every night. he's going to be joining the conversation and i can't wait. i know you c
yet to push for higher pay at minimum wage jobs. nbc's katie kerr is live in brooklyn with more on that. katie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, simon. they're hoping it will be thousands of people across the country doing this walkout. they'll be here in brooklyn around 111:30 this morning. hoping to get $15 an our up from $27 $7.25. it's estimated most of these workers are over the age of 28 and most of them are women. a lot of them say they work two jobs, they can't afford the basic necessities, they can't afford to feed their families. many of them say they can't get full time work in a lot of these places because they're capped out at $35 an hour. there were a lot of protest bes this earlier this summer. it seemed like yesterday they got a big boost from president obama. >> last month, voters in new jersey decided to become the 20th state to raise theirs even higher. yesterday, the d.c. council voted to do it, too. i agree with those voters. i agree with those voters and i'm going to keep pushing until we get a higher minimum wage for hard working americans across t
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your doctor about cialis for daily use and a 30-tablet free trial. mmm! this is delicious katie. it's not bad for canned soup, right? pfft! [ laughs ] you nearly had us there. canned soup. [ male announcer ] they just might think it's homemade. try campbell's homestyle soup. the day building a play set begins with a surprise twinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ >>> with just three weeks until christmas, right-wingers are now declaring that it's unchristian to take care of the poor. claiming that jesus would not support programs like food stamps. here's bill o'reilly last night. >> the nanny state versus christianity. you're helping one group by hurting another group. and a bigger group. and so i don't know if jesus is going to be down with that. >> jesus wouldn't be down with helping the poor? there's nothing in the bible to back that up. but to make his case, o'reilly rolled some tape of jesus himself. look, there it is. well, gosh, if o'reilly is running tape of an actor playing jesus,
, a coordinated pr campaign engineered by national labor groups. nbc's katy tur has more outside a restaurant in brooklyn where dozens of workers have gathered. >> reporter: tamron, the protest has made its way to brooklyn. there are about 100 or so workers outside this wendy's in brooklyn chanting just a moment ago "we can't survive on $7.25." they're also holding signs, asking for the right to unionize. they're saying $7.25 an hour isn't enough to support themselves or their family. they're asking for $15 an hour. these wiomen over the age of 28. they're saying often times they need to work two jobs, three jobs in order to support themselves. they can't even get full-time work in many of these industries because they're capped off at 35 hours a week. now, fast food companies say any sort of raise just isn't going to happen. that $15 an hour especially is a nonstarter. they're saying if they raise the wage of their workers, it's going to get passed down to the consumer in the form of higher prices for food. there are no hard numbers on this, but it's estimated that the price of a burger coul
thrown in between. i had a katy perry sighting, saw bradley cooper too. >> is there anyone you're excited to meet tonight? >> everyone actually. i just came here with my buddy chris tucker it was good to see him. >> you know michael steele? >> michael steele? who is michael steele? >> and who are you wearing tonight? >> badgely mischka. >> you're asking people what they're wearing and all that. >> are there any political conversations you're going to have at all? >> sure we're having one now aren't we? >> is this still not the craziest thing ever? when did this get to be like this? >> thank you everybody. how do you like my new entrance music? >> the problem is excess. to some degree, it is perfectly emblematic of the reality distortion field inside of washington, of just having no sense whatsoever. and what i think is sort of striking is this year kevin spacey is the star of "house of cards," which is not a very flattering picture of washington. and julia louis-dreyfus, who is the star of "veep," which is this very, very funny hbo show. >> about the vice president. >> about the vice pres
. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. mmm! this is delicious katie. it's not bad for canned soup, right? pfft! [ laughs ] you nearly had us there. canned soup. [ male announcer ] they just might think it's homemade. try campbell's homestyle soup. >>> the latest numbers show homelessness is growing in big cities like l.a. and new york and now an expose shows they're raking in millions off the backs of the homeless. once called terror lords by the tabloids they have converted their rundown tenements into major for-profit homeless shelters. these have cubicle-size rooms with living conditions described as not suitable for human beings, some with garbage piled high, rats everywhere. the going rate for one single room. new york city is paying $122 a night or $3600 a month. it's the topic of a disturbing article in this week's "new york" magazine. i'm joined by the writer and contributing editor, andrew rice. it's good to have you here. >> thank you. >> this family was already nope back in the '80s as slumlords and you write they created a homeless supply and profited from the shelter
a hike in the minimum wage to 5 $15 an hour. katy tur covering the rally in brooklyn. >> outside of a wendy's, they completely swamped the entrance trying to slow the lunchtime rush. their goal to get workers inside these companies like wendy's, inside these fast food joints to come out during their shifts. i'm not sure if that's happened. it's been kind of hard to see whether or not anyone's been able to come out. that's really the goal across the country, really to disrupt the service. they've been chanting things like we can't survive on $7.25. that's the heart of the issue. they're saying the minimum wage of $7.25 an hour isn't enough for them to live. it's not enough for them to feed themselves or their families. not enough for them to clothe their families. they're saying a living wage, a fair living wage, would be $15 an hour. of course, these are the second protests in just a few months. there was a major protest over the summer. they were somewhat effective in some cases, shutting down some fast food joints, not shutting down other ones. we'll see how these go today. cer
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